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         Breast Cancer:     more books (100)
  1. Breast Cancer Survivors' Club: A Nurse's Experience by Lillie Shockney, 2001-04-01
  2. My Mommy Has Breast Cancer, But She Is OK! by Kerri M. Conner, 2010-02-20
  3. What to Do If You Get Breast Cancer: Two Breast Cancer Specialists Help You Take Charge and Make Informed Choices by Lydia, M.D. Karmarnicky, Anne Rosenberg, et all 1995-02
  4. The Complete Natural Medicine Guide to Breast Cancer: A Practical Manual for Understanding, Prevention and Care (Complete Natural Medicine Gde) by Dr. Sat Dharam Kaur ND, 2004-02-07
  5. As Normal as Possible: A Breast Cancer Story by R. Lee Hall, 2009-07-10
  6. Early Breast Cancer: From Screening to Multidisciplinary Management, Second Edition
  7. How to Prevent Breast Cancer by Ross Pelton, Taffy Clarke Pelton, et all 1995-10-18
  8. Cancer Made Me a Shallower Person: A Memoir in Comics by Miriam Engelberg, 2006-05-01
  9. A Darker Ribbon: A Twentieth-Century Story of Breast Cancer, Women, and Their Doctors by Ellen Leopold, 2000-10-17
  10. Take Charge of Your Breast Cancer: A Guide to Getting the Best Possible Treatment by John S. Link, John Link, 2002-10-02
  11. Not Just One in Eight: Stories of Breast Cancer Survivors and Their Families by Barbara F. Stevens, 2000-10-01
  12. Previvors: Facing the Breast Cancer Gene and Making Life-Changing Decisions by Dina Roth Port, 2010-10-05
  13. The Pink Ribbon Diet: A Revolutionary New Weight Loss Plan to Lower Your Breast Cancer Risk by Mary Flynn PhDRDLDN, Nancy Verde Barr, 2010-09-28
  14. Unnatural History: Breast Cancer and American Society (Cambridge Studies in the History of Medicine) by Robert A. Aronowitz, 2007-10-08

81. - Cancer Information
Early Reproductive Events and breast cancer, Cancer Progress Report, Past Highlights,New MERIT Award Winners Announced. NewsCenter. CIS. Help. FAQs.

Coping with Cancer
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  • Types of Cancer
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  • Prevention information
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  • Advanced Gene May Aid Liver Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment Past Highlights Help ... ACCESSIBILITY

    82. Willow Breast Cancer Support & Resource Services
    Willow breast cancer Support Resource Services provides survivor to survivoremotional support and information about breast cancer to anyone in Canada.

    83. World Conference On Breast Cancer
    (Please click on the conference logo to continue).World breast cancer Organization, Inc.
    (Please click on the conference logo to continue) World Breast Cancer Organization, Inc.

    84. Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition
    Our Mission Defining breast cancer as a political issue, the Massachusetts BreastCancer Coalition challenges all obstacles to the eradication of this disease.
    Our Mission

    Defining breast cancer as a political issue, the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition challenges all obstacles to the eradication of this disease. This week, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) held a meeting whose stated agenda was to evaluate the scientific evidence on the interactions between pregnancy, lactation and breast cancer. Over 100 scientists, including the world's leading experts ... click here for more information
    ALERT Our governor is calling for a "tightening of belts", in this current economic downturn, but those belts should not become nooses around the necks of our most vulnerable citizens. Click here for details.
    SUBSCRIBE NOW Looking for a way to stay current with what's happening? Subscribe to our
    E-NEWSLETTER click here
    The MBCC has always viewed breast cancer as a political disease and we feel even stronger about that view today as we engage in discussions and actions related to environmental research into the causes of breast cancer, access to health care, and the misleading advertising of prescription drugs.

    85. Men Against Breast Cancer
    Click here to use our breast cancer Profiler system. Do You Want to JoinMen Against breast cancer? Click here to join MABC or to contribute.
    "I'm thrilled that Marc wants to make a difference in this arena because by supporting the man, we ultimately support the patient."
    Lillie Shockney, R.N., B.S., M.A.S.
    Director, Education and Outreach, Johns Hopkins Breast Center Men Against Breast Cancer is the first national non-profit 501(c) organization designed to target and mobilize men to be active participants in the fight to eradicate breast cancer as a life threatening disease. Click here to read a message from our president.
    Do You Want to Join Men Against Breast Cancer?
    Click here to join MABC or to contribute

    Do You Want More information about Men Against Breast Cancer? Click here to read Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
    Please enter your e-mail address below to join the MABC e-mail list!
    Please help with an online survey about
    Men Providing Care for Women with Breast Cancer.
    Click this link and enter the password "Hello" (case sensitive).
    Thank You

    86. IBC: What Is IBC?
    Dedicated to the advancement and research of inflammatory breast cancer.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Cancer Breast...... What is Inflammatory breast cancer? INFLAMMATORY breast cancer (IBC typesof breast cancer. There is more than one kind of breast cancer.
    IBC Brochures IBC Videos Search for Considering a donation? Note: If your Internet browser is showing a red stripe down the right side, click here
    The IBC Research Foundation is the ONLY cancer research organization which specifically targets IBC and the research to find its cause.
    We urge all IBC patients to seriously consider participating in the IBC Registry it involves sharing with researchers portions of your medical records, some pathology, and answering questions via a telephone interview. Please read about the IBC Registry , then make a phone call to the telephone number included with the information.
    What is Inflammatory Breast Cancer?
    INFLAMMATORY BREAST CANCER (IBC) is an advanced and accelerated form of breast cancer usually not detected by mammograms or ultrasounds. Inflammatory breast cancer requires immediate aggressive treatment with chemotherapy prior to surgery and is treated differently than more common types of breast cancer.
    There is more than one kind of breast cancer
    We have been taught and are reminded frequently by public service announcements and by the medical community that when a woman discovers a lump on her breast she should go to the doctor immediately.

    87. Disease Category Listing (29): Breast Cancer
    Clinical Trials breast cancer. Alabama. Huntsville; ComprehensiveCancer Institute breast cancer Patients Needed. Montgomery
    Clinical Trials: Breast Cancer
    Huntsville; Comprehensive Cancer Institute
    Breast Cancer Patients Needed Montgomery; Capitol Region Cancer Center
    Pegfilgrastim as Support to Advanced Breast Cancer Patients Receiving Chemotherapy
    Arcadia; Research Site
    Breast Cancer Patients Needed Azusa; Capitol Region Cancer Center
    Pegfilgrastim as Support to Advanced Breast Cancer Patients Receiving Chemotherapy Bakersfield; Capitol Region Cancer Center
    Pegfilgrastim as Support to Advanced Breast Cancer Patients Receiving Chemotherapy Duarte; City of Hope National Medical Center
    NSABP B-33: A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blind Trial Evaluating the Effect of Exemestane in Clinical Stage T1-3 N0-1 M0 Postmenopausal Breast Cancer Patients Completing at Least Five Years of Tamoxifen Therapy Duarte; City of Hope National Medical Center
    SWOG S9927: Randomized Trial of Post-mastectomy Radiotherapy in Stage II Breast Cancer in Women with One to Three Positive Axillary Nodes, Phase III Duarte; City of Hope National Medical Center

    88. Welcome To Imaginis
    Women's Health Events. Breast Biopsy. breast cancer Myths. breast cancer Drugs.PostMastectomy Products. breast cancer Glossary. Complete List of Topics.
    search tips U.S. Government Releases New Cancer Information (Mar 17, 2003) Past Use of Birth Control Pills May Poses Additional Breast Cancer Risk for Women with BRCA1 Gene Mutations (Mar 15, 2003) more news ...
    Hormone Replacement Therapy

    Ovarian Cancer
    Breast Health (Non-Cancerous Breast Issues)
    Breast Pain

    Fibrocystic Breasts

    Nipple Discharge
    Breast Cancer Screening/Prevention ...

    Through our proud sponsorship of, Siemens is dedicated to providing comprehensive information and service to improve and advance women's health. Recommend This Article To A Friend
    About Us Free Newsletter ... Site Map subscribes to the HONcode principles of the Health on the Net Foundation. contained herein. Information found within the website or in other sites linked to from is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to be used as a substitute for diagnosis and treatment by a medical doctor. Imaginis does not endorse and has no responsibility for the content of any other sites listed on, and provides links and references merely as a convenience to its users. Seek immediate medical attention if your condition is urgent.

    89. Boarding For Breast Cancer Foundation --
    Foundation to spread awareness about good health practices and the importance of early cancer detection Category Sports Winter Sports Snowboarding Events......ESPN, Riders and local Aspen community get together and help raise funds for breastcancer awareness. Copyright © 2003 Boarding for breast cancer Foundation.
    ESPN, Riders and local Aspen community get together and help raise funds for breast cancer awareness.
    February 12, 2003
    Sierra at Tahoe Resort, CA During the Winter X Games, Boarding For Breast Cancer drew the support of friends and local Aspen community with an art auction developed by ESPN and local snowboard retailer, Polar Revolution.  Among the professional snowboarders who .... pic: b4bc Click on the "more" link below to read the first monthly note from Executive Director, Justine Chiara. There are no Upcoming Events. Sign up to stay current with B4BC. Snowboard + Music Festival postponed till 2004. Sorry to break the news that the Snowboard + Music Festival is not taking place this year. pic: b4bc

    90. - Metastatic Breast Cancer
    Metastatic breast cancer support and resources.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Cancer Breast......Welcome to Read information about metastatic breast cancer.Join the bcmets mailing list. Search the mailing list archives.
    Welcome to

    91. Breast Cancer Prevention
    This site offers you the opportunity to obtain credible information on clinicaltrial research and to assess your chances of getting breast cancer.

    What Are the Risk Factors for Breast Cancer?
    Calculate Your Breast Cancer Risk
    (for women 35-84)
    What is a Clinical Trial? ... Home
    Clinical research studies offer us the best hope for the proper evaluation of drugs and medical techniques. This site offers you the opportunity to obtain credible information on clinical trial research and to assess your chances of getting breast cancer. Many drugs, agents, and remedies have been suggested to prevent cancer. This Web site supports and advocates only those that have undergone the rigorous testing of a U.S. federally approved clinical trial that are sponsored by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) One such clinical trial, the Study of Tamoxifen and Raloxifene (STAR) , is comparing two agents for their efficacy in preventing breast cancer. This site also invites you to learn more about STAR and how you, or a loved one, can volunteer to participate.
    This Web site is a product of the
    National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project

    92. CBCTR Home Page
    The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Cooperative breast cancer Tissue Resource (CBCTR)is funded by the NCI to supply researchers with primary breast cancer

    Availability of Tissue Microarrays
    Who can obtain specimens? How do I apply? What NCI-Supported Tissue and ... New Pricing effective November 1, 2001 About CBCTR The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Cooperative Breast Cancer Tissue Resource (CBCTR) is funded by the NCI to supply researchers with primary breast cancer tissues with associated clinical data. The CBCTR can provide formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded primary breast cancer specimens with their associated pathologic and clinical outcome information. This valuable finite collection is intended to facilitate large research studies that require archival tissue with clinical and outcome data. The Resource will document the availability of required specimens to support applications for research funding. This web site features an on-line database . Investigators can search to determine the number of available breast cancer samples that meet their research requirements. Search fields include: Stage of Disease Presence of CIS Recurrence Info Availability of Normal Tissue Vital Status Nodal Status Treatment Received Tumor Size Histologic Type Follow-up Time For a list of the CBCTR's Coordinating Committee, more information about the resource, and how to apply for tissue samples, please visit our

    93. Information On Breast Cancer. Learn About Breast Cancer Treatments And Symptoms
    Offers facts, symptoms, signs and awareness. An overall comprehesive guide to breakthrough adjuvant Category Health Conditions and Diseases Cancer Breast Treatment......Information on breast cancer. Learn about aromatase inhibitors. breast cancerTreatments Center. breast cancer prevention. breast cancer Health.
    Breast Cancer Treatments Center
    Breast Cancer Health
    Hormonal therapy, radiation therapy, surgery and chemotherapy, alone or in combination, are standard breast cancer treatments. We believe breast cancer patients who are educated about their disease can benefit, not only in terms of dealing with their symptoms and treatments, but also their attitude and outlook. Created by physicians, Breast Cancer Health was designed to improve the lives of people undergoing treatment and long-term breast cancer survivors.
    Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer
    Hormonal Therapy for Breast Cancer Breast Cancer Articles Breast Cancer Faculty ... Contact Us
    Breast Cancer Update:
    Continued research on breast cancer is needed to achieve longer disease-free survival, effective breast cancer treatments with fewer side effects and better quality of life for breast cancer survivors.

    94. BEST WEB SITES On BREAST CANCER, Version 1.8
    Best Web Sites on breast cancer. (version 1.8, February 22, 1998) A. 3 BESTOVERVIEWS ON breast cancer. 1. breast cancer Answers (Univ. of Wisconsin)
    Best Web Sites on Breast Cancer
    (version 1.8, February 22, 1998) This is an attempt to provide a list of some of the best sites with information on breast cancer. It is designed largely to help others do research regarding treatment options for breast cancer, with some other items on art, advocacy, etc., as well.Ê NOTE: Recent Oct. 2, 1997, studies in the NEJM about the survival advantages of radiotherapy after mastectomy And my previously posted material on this subject:Ê What About Post-Mastectomy Radiotherapy? Also, Musa Mayer's site on metastatic breast cancer and her new book:. How to Read a [Medical] Paper.

    95. Breast Cancer - Centre For Chronic Disease Prevention And Control
    breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed among Canadian women.Despite How the Government is taking action on breast cancer. In

    Canadian Breast Cancer Initiative Phase I Phase II ... Web Site Links Features Communication Tools Clinical Practice Guidelines Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed among Canadian women. Despite slight declines in mortality rates over the past decade for women with breast cancer, one in nine Canadian women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime; one in 25 Canadian women will die from this disease.
    Risk Factors
    Scientific researchers are not certain of the direct causes of breast cancer, but have identified some proven risk factors as well as others that are suspected or possible.
    Known Risk Factors
    • Gender: More than 99% of breast cancers occur in women Age: risk increases as you get older Early menstruation (before the age of 12) Late menopause (after age 55) Having a first baby after age 30 or never having a baby Having a close relative with breast cancer Being physically inactive Being overweight Taking hormone replacement therapy
    Possible Risk Factors
    • Eating too few fruits and vegetables Drinking too much alcohol Never breastfeeding Smoking tobacco or being exposed to second-hand smoke Using birth control pills
    For more information on risk factors and how to minimize your risk, visit:

    96. My Experience With Breast Cancer (illustrated)
    by Patricia MurrayCategory Health Conditions and Diseases Breast Personal Pages......My experience with breast cancer (illustrated). by Patricia Murray. Other breastcancer resources on the Net. This Web site is always under construction.
    My experience with breast cancer (illustrated)
    by Patricia Murray
    In May 1985 I had a left-breast mastectomy after being diagnosed with stage ductal carcinoma. Over the next two years I explored reconstruction options and then proceeded with reconstruction. During the course of the experience I took many photographs of myself documenting the different stages and the changing bodily landscape. This document is a narrative of my experience combined with many of these photographs. I created this Web project in the hopes of demystifying the process and providing an educational as well as encouraging resource for others faced with breast cancer and for their friends and loved ones. Except as noted, I made the photographs myself using either a Nikon 35mm camera or a Hasselblad medium-format camera. I am 56 years old and live in Providence, Rhode Island with eight cats. All of the small photographs in the following narrative can be clicked on to produce larger copies of the same images.
    Part One : Diagnosis and mastectomy Part Two : What now? Learning about my options.

    97. Traditional Chinese Medicine For Breast Cancer
    traditional Chinese medicine, ancient Chinese medicine, breast cancer, breastcancer prevention, breast health, selfhealing, Taoist Qigong, Chinese herbs
    traditional Chinese medicine, ancient Chinese medicine, breast cancer, breast cancer prevention, breast health, self-healing, Taoist Qigong, Chinese herbs, breast cancer education, breast cancer

    98. National Action Plan On Breast Cancer
    Activities Products, Workshop reports and recommendations, products you canuse to educate yourself about breast cancer, as well as upcoming activities
    Search our database by Health Topic or enter your own keywords
    The mission of the National Action Plan on Breast Cancer (NAPBC) is to speed progress toward eradicating breast cancer. A critical national health priority is to reduce suffering and death from breast cancer in the United States and internationally.
    What's New
    Keep current by checking out new additions and changes to this Web site.
    Working Groups
    An overview of the NAPBC organization, including the Steering Committee and six working groups. Workshop reports and recommendations, products you can use to educate yourself about breast cancer, as well as upcoming activities sponsored by the NAPBC working groups. NAPBC History Information on the history, mission, goals, and accomplishments of the NAPBC, as well as how the public/private partnership is organized and functions. Information on the Web Up-to-date information about breast cancer on the Worldwide Web. Includes links to dozens of breast cancer-related sites and organizations, including breast cancer listservs. Clinical Trials Learn about ongoing clinical trials for breast cancer.

    99. Welcome To The Breast Cancer Awareness Webring!! This Webring Is
    Welcome to the breast cancer Awareness Webring!! This webring is designedto link pages for breast cancer Awareness including

    Welcome to the Breast Cancer Awareness Webring!! This webring is designed to link pages for Breast Cancer Awareness... including treatment, self exams, mammography and personal stories dealing with this disease. Sites for this ring must be DIRECTLY related to breast cancer! Sites must be personal stories, breast cancer sites (not just a mention of support of breast cancer or an addition to a page of webrings), NO RETAIL SITES WILL BE ADDED. No groups sites, such as Yahoo or MSN groups will be added, you must have an actual website to place the entire ring on. If your site meets this criteria Join Us!!
    Breast Cancer Awareness Ring Logos
    To join the ring you just need to fill out the form below. This form will add you to the queue to be added to the ring. When you are added to the queue you will recieve an e-mail with your Site ID# and Password and the HTML fragment you will need to place on your page to join the ring. When you have placed the ring on your page you will need to e-mail the ringmaster to be added to the ring. If you have any trouble with the fragment please e-mail the ringmaster.

    100. CDC | The National Breast And Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program
    The National breast and Cervical cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP) buildsthe infrastructure for breast and cervical cancer early detection by
    National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
    Cancer Home
    About Us Events Site Map ... Contact Us Breast and Cervical Cancer Contents Home About the Program What's New Treatment Act Information ... Visitor Survey Topic Areas Breast/ Cervical Cancer Cancer Registries/ Surveillance Colorectal Cancer Comprehensive Cancer Control ... 2003 Cancer Conference Web Site Featured Article
    Invasive Cervical Cancer Incidence Among Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Women — United States, 1992–1999
    Get a free or low-cost mammogram and Pap test.
    Go to our program contacts page or call 1-888-842-6355
    (select option 7). The National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP) builds the infrastructure for breast and cervical cancer early detection by supporting public and provider education, quality assurance, surveillance, and evaluation activities critical to achieving maximum utilization of the screening, diagnostic and case management services. Funded comprehensive early detection programs provide
    • Breast and cervical cancer screening services to women who are low income and to racial/ethnic minorities.

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